Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby _Will_ » Sun May 20, 2012 7:52 pm

is it wrong I'm hoping for a bad winter to make me stop riding long enough to do this?

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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby sweekster » Sun May 20, 2012 10:01 pm

Collect enough data to give a jet comparison/break down? I ask as it will give the next person a little more of an inclination of what to expect AFTER putting the motor back together and in the frame. At least someone found a better way to do this. Good things all around. :cheers:
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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby reelrazor » Fri May 25, 2012 3:23 pm

660cc...13.2:1.....ported head..K&N drop in...kerker 4-2-1, pump 89

Using FP jet kit.

Have:

115 mains

35 pilots

FP needles, currently at highest setting (lowest slot)

Have very quick transitional flat spot from steady state cruise to accel..hiccups(lean flame out).....then takes off...

Will be raising fuel level, may necessitate needle drop after fuel level raised.

Otherwise, additional 70-80 miles ride in..still loving it. Gawd, some extra torque really really makes a difference.
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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby sweekster » Sat May 26, 2012 12:31 am

What about going to bigger mains? That could give you wiggle room with the needles. Just a thought though.
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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby dru86 » Sat May 26, 2012 8:40 am

Are you running an airbox or pods? What carbs are you using?
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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby reelrazor » Sat May 26, 2012 9:49 am

Airbox.

Stock FZR carbs.

ohh, and 3 turns out (at this time) on the pilot screws
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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby shredex » Mon May 28, 2012 11:23 am

Sweet! I wanna see tons of pics with a write up on how to do it on the wiki XD

I had the yzf motor and everything ready for the 660 before my mess.

I'll be happy to see someone else doing it :cheers:
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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby blensen » Mon May 28, 2012 8:42 pm

I just finished installing mine today and actually started it up without drama. I'm looking forward to actually getting it rideable now.
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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby reelrazor » Thu Oct 04, 2012 8:51 pm

Meegacycle 276x3(* lift=.355" intake, .335" exhaust........duration=264°intake. 258° exhaust*) cams in.

Gawd it's strong.


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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby sweekster » Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:47 am

Had time to gather any dyno numbers? From the info you have given i would guess 110-115 at the shaft. i'm just guessing though
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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby reelrazor » Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:17 pm

sweekster wrote:Had time to gather any dyno numbers? From the info you have given i would guess 110-115 at the shaft. i'm just guessing though



Nah, there isn't a bike dyno within 100 miles of me, besides the HD dealership which won't even book in a Jap bike..much less do a couple pulls then let me swap jetting in the parking lot.

There's a guy who trailers one around to the bike 'shows' around here. Those are usually pretty cheesy roller/inertial dynos and are probably fairly lax on calibration, etc.

But, he's kinda my only option. The next time that I KNOW he will be somewhere, I will get a few runs in.
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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby rsaddo » Fri Oct 19, 2012 7:30 pm

hows this engine doing reelrazor im in the process of putting together a similar motor myself you using the fzr head and carbs sure i read somewhere you had ?
was gonna use the early fazer rods but typical there aint bugger all on fleabay at the mo so im going with the honed fzr rods

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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby HybridSport600 » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:52 pm

Im not as much worried about the rods holding, its more the old main bearing/Worn crank journals I would be worried about...All that time and thought, sounds great, but if you dont build the bottom, how do you expect the top to stay up?..........but anyways good luck
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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby reelrazor » Tue Oct 30, 2012 8:04 pm

HybridSport600 wrote:Im not as much worried about the rods holding, its more the old main bearing/Worn crank journals I would be worried about...All that time and thought, sounds great, but if you dont build the bottom, how do you expect the top to stay up?..........but anyways good luck


Well, if I had seen ANY wear in any of the shells, or on any journals, I would have gone deeper, believe me.

What I saw/felt was not enough to warrant plastigauge, much less crank machining and/or shell replacement.

They guys here may remember my oil change rant from a couple years ago.....I'm a two to three thousand mile guy..plenty of oil, kept fresh, running through clean filters and the only time the rod and crank bearings will see ANY wear is on startup
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Re: Ohh, Yes, he did...660 the easy(?) way

Postby HybridSport600 » Tue Oct 30, 2012 9:25 pm

Well good, But most damages that are detramental are the ones we cant see. but I hope all is well and verry powerful good luck man!



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89 FZR 600 US- In process of Full frame up resto/Modding
94 FZR 600 US- all OEM
05 600 f4i US- Full Cylinder machining/w full Port/polished head /w stainless valves,Custom H-beam connecting rods,
low compression Weisco Forged pistons,and alcohol mix intercooled. -Sold in 09
79 XS650 US- Boyer electronic ignition, accell coil, ricks stator upgrade, Custom Flamed Ghost pearl 2 tone blue
83 Xj550 US- Full restoration- w/minor mods, Custom Candy Tangerine pearl paint, in process of Fiberglassing a solo seat
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